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Government plans £20,000 offer to draw first-class graduates into teaching

The Guardian, 27 June 2011
Publié le : 27 juin 2011
 Jo Adetunji 

"Top graduates are to be offered a £20,000 incentive to take up a career in teaching in order to improve standards in secondary schools, it has emerged.

"The plan is due to be announced on Monday in a consultation document by the education secretary, Michael Gove, according to the Daily Telegraph. It will see students with first-class degrees offered a tax-free bursary in a bid to improve teaching standards in secondary schools.

"The plan also aims to boost dwindling numbers of staff for certain subjects. Graduates with degrees in physics, chemistry and maths will be particularly targeted as these subjects are suffering the worst shortages."

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